Saddle stitch catalogs are also known as stapled catalogs. This binding method is best for 64 pages or less catalogs. This is most effective for small catalogs and even publications. This is a binding method where the sheets are secured together with wire staples through the centerfold. But before that, the pages should be partially folded and nestled together beforehand. Some thicker catalogs are trimmed along the edge opposite to the spine to keep the pages be organized. One of the most important reminders in using this method is to make sure that the design of your to be printed catalog isn’t buried in the fold when stapled together.
Here at PrintRunner, our saddle stitched catalogs are in either impressive 100# paper or budget friendly 80# paper. We also offer a thicker cover option. We offer from 8 to 96 pages in popular sizes in portrait, landscape, and square. Now has more additional cover paper, inside paper, and whole drilling options. Order quantity is from 25 to 25,000 pieces that are ready to be shipped in 3 – 9 business days.
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